Confusing signage and poor design at the Highway 1/Sea Bowl Lane intersection are the basis of a lawsuit brought by the mother of Bruce Ross Bernor, who was killed by wrong-way driver Ana Reepen last July 25. Reepen faces three felony charges, including gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. She remains free on $250,000 bail. Her criminal trial began July 18 in San Mateo County Superior Court, Courtroom 2A, Redwood City.
Go to the bottom of the page to download the entire 24-page lawsuit.
•John Straight vs. City of Pacifica (CIV535685): A settlement was reached with the city July 1. Straight sought monetary damages for injuries claimed from falling into a Hickey Boulevard manhole when its cover gave way. Attorney Gregg Thornton represented the City of Pacifica.
•Vanessa Edmundson vs. City of Pacifica (CIV537576): Click here for the minutes of the May 26 case management conference involving Pacifican Vanessa Edmundson vs. City of Pacifica (CIV537576). Edmundson seeks monetary damages for injuries claimed from tripping over a cement bicycle stand at Pacifica Pier in January 2015.
Click red link above to see who sued. Thanks to Alan Wald for the tip.
Pilot set down on Sunday with mechanical trouble. Camped with it overnight. He and the mechanic took turns staying in the Lighthouse Hotel and sleeping with the 'copter. In the morning, they were surprised to see so many whales in so close at Rockaway. (Posted on Facebook)
Pacifica Police arrest three "young adults" for shooting while drinking in the middle of the night up at Shelldance Nursery. Darwin Awards for all three!
Pacifica Police arrest burglar who broke into a home and was subdued by the homeowner.
The City of Pacifica denies it is at fault in response to Pacifican Vanessa Edmundson's civil suit (CIV537576), which seeks unspecified monetary damages for injuries claimed from tripping over a concrete bicycle stand at Pacifica Pier in January 2015. The city filed a pretrial statement May 13, 2016, stating: "Plaintiff, in the scope and course of her employment, tripped over a cement block bicycle stand that was located in plain view. Plaintiff contends that she fell and sustained injuries. The location of her fall was not in a dangerous condition, as a matter of law, and plaintiff's fall was the result of her failure to exercise due care. Furthermore, defendant had no notice of any dangerous condition at the plaintiff's fall location."
Plaintiff Edmundson filed a pretrial statement May 16, stating: "Plaintiff tripped and fell over a large cement block on a public sidewalk, suffering injuries to her head, neck, shoulder, and extremities. Plaintiff's medical expenses and wage loss is unknown."
A pretrial conference takes place Thursday, May 26 in San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City in an effort to seek resolution.
A Pacifica man pleads no contest to charges that he beat unconscious a Linda Mar Beach surfing instructor whom he had fought with at Longboard Margarita Bar in Eureka Square the night before.